A slowdown could be felt as early as Q1 2018, economists warn
A number of the big banks have announced special fixed rate promotions and cuts to their prime lending rate, but what are monolines doing to ensure brokers have a competitive advantage?
Times are changing for mortgage brokers, and here are six tips to ensure you thrive while trying to stay relevant.
The big banks have cut their prime rates after RBC became the first to make a move.
Purchasers of condos in Toronto have found that the homes they were expecting have been cancelled as developers opt to build rental apartments instead.
Commercial real estate in Ottawa struggled in 2014 according to a report from Colliers International.
December saw a double-figure rise in sales of new homes in the US according to new data from the Department of Housing and Urban Development and the U.S. Census Bureau.
One big bank has made a bold rate prediction for the near future but brokers aren’t biting.
The managing director of one of the world’s best known companies reflects on her experiences
A major Canadian bank has lowered its five-year fixed mortgage rate – and others are expected to follow suit – but brokers' main source of referrals, Realtors, don't believe the decision will have a drastic impact on housing market performance.
It was always going to happen but while last week the big lenders were reluctant to pass on the Bank of Canada’s interest rate cut to borrowers, this week there’s talk of a price war.